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SFGTV2
Nov 18, 2013 12:00pm PST
want don to join me as we honor you in the cultural center in san francisco. (clapping) i want to have all the board members come up, please. >> thank you, very much and i'm honored. the board and the people have been working on the cultural center are thrilled to be at this point. in 2003 there was a town hall meeting at december i didn't carmichael we talked about how to improve the community south of market and one of the points that came out of the discussion was to institute listed the contribution of the filipino community in san francisco and the bay area. and so 10 years ago we are started out at the it was supposed to be on top of bloomingdales. that didn't happen and we had another opportunity to be right next to the metro ran that also didn't happen. for various reasons. we're not at 8 fourteen mission kit corner from the metro iron right between denny's and sam's liquor store. yeah, that's how we felt when they gave it to us. (laughter) >> but one of the strengths we have is to do a lot with a little. you can see the rendering observe architect has done and you'll start to
CNN
Nov 18, 2013 11:00am PST
of the city in just about 15 minutes from now. first, i want to send things to don lemon in new york with some of today's other top stories. >> unbelievable, and the sad stories going out of there, thank you. we do have other news. this is just breaking, just in to cnn. he can't seem to stay out of a police station or out of the news. i'm talkinguct george zimmerman. he's been arrested in florida. for the latest, we go to atlanta. what do you know? >> we just heard about this. this happened at around 1:00 this afternoon. the seminole county sheriff's office said they arrested george zimmerman after responding to a disturbance call. we know that zimmerman was transported and booked at a correctional facility in florida. but beyond that, details of the disturbance we don't know. authorities are expected to release the arrest report and the 911 call very soon in this case. hopefully we'll learn more. as you mentioned, this isn't the first time that george zimmerman has made headlines since a jury found him not guilty in the trayvon martin case. of course, we will continue to follow this
SFGTV2
Nov 18, 2013 8:30am PST
hobson, project manager. [cheering and applauding] >> director of capital planning, don. our great operations staff, zach taylor, judy auberry who is here, and everyone else who has contributed to this incredible project. so, at rec and park, we're encoloneling people to get out and play. that's our tag line, get ready, 1, 2, 3. >> get out and play. >> we say that because of the importance of keeping our families active and healthy. this is a real serious issue. according to the center for disease control, childhood obesity has more than doubled in our children and tripled in adolescents in the past 30 years. in 2010 more than one-third of our children were overweight or obese. it is important that we get our kids outside. our children today average over 7-1/2 hours behind a screen. listen to that. 7-1/2 hours behind a screen, less than 30 minutes a day outside. that has to change. and this playground helps get it done. and i wanted to just offer a quick quote from richard lu who is the author of a book called the nature principle which encourage uz us to reconnect with nature and
FOX
Nov 17, 2013 11:00pm PST
over my head so the bullet hit my arm and not my brain. so they probably thought i was dead. >> don harris the nbc reporter died on the spot. so did his camera man bob brown. >> don harris and doug brown were two of the most dedicated, hardest working and most conscientious and creative. there was such a level of creativity between those two guys it's devastating. >> and i are remember dough brown from here on ktvu. he and i worked together every day for months covering the riots in san francisco in the 60s. he was a good man and a good friend and we're all going to miss him. >> back at the compound jim jones knew he was finished. he told his followers to drink kool-aid mixed with cyanide. >>> the history of the people's temple. how it went from a dream of social justice and equality to a synonym for cult murder and suicide. >> the recordings that offer a grim insight into the final hours at jones town. [ female announcer ] welcome one and all to a tastier festive feast. so much to sip and savor, a feeding frenzy to say the least. a turkey from safeway is just what they crave. a her
CBS
Nov 18, 2013 4:00am PST
involving a minivan filled with children. at one point an officer fired aet the van. as don dahler reports, it was all caught on tape. >> reporter: oriana farrell from tennessee was pulled over in new mexico for speeding. the unidentified officer tells her she can pay the ticket or appear in court. he told cbs news she declined both options. the officer goes back to his cruiser to make arrangements to take her before a judge. farrell has other ideas. she drives away. the officer chases her down and pulls her over again. >> get out of the vehicle. get out of the vehicle right now! >> reporter: but farrell refuses. her five children inside the minivan are screaming. her 14-year-old son gets out but changes his mind when the officer draws his taser. >> you're already facing evasion charges. you ran away from me. >> i didn't run away. did you see my children? >> reporter: finally farrell agrees to get out and talk, but not for long. >> turn around and face your vehicle. ma'am, listen to me. >> her 14-year-old son gets out again and rushes the officer. he pulls out his taser again and the boy r
CBS
Nov 17, 2013 6:30pm PST
still pitching in to help. don? >> that's right, anne. the effort around the bay area continues to gather supplies for the philippines. we're in san jose. in the north side community center, this effort was supposed to stop at 6:30. the goods keep coming. >>> the gathering of volunteers may be one of the high powered bay area events to generate aid. u.s., with a box of clean shirts. cindy chafes and david court easy were on hand. jaime ascar. >> i know we've had a lot of drives this week and last week. this is the small part of adding one more drop-off donations for folks who are ready, willing and looking for ways to help. >> our efforts, trying to help organize the community for the big tragic event that happened to our our communities home country. >> most of the first shipments of food, medical supplies have been stuck at airports, getting to where it needs to be has been a challenge. it left debris in bad shape. >> first problem medical volunteers have faced. left san francisco international. >> finding a way to the area. >> emergency room doctor, doctor reyes. >> and so to be
Univision
Nov 18, 2013 7:00am PST
tambiÉn don pedro rivera. estÁn en un local que se llama vaca. y birmania nos dice la direcciÓn. >>> muchachos! buenos dÍas. aquÍ con mucha alegria, y nada de frÍo, estamos en vaca launch, y tenemos un tremendo fieston, la mÚsica de nuestro dj bacan bacan. y lo mejor que tenemos esta maÑana son estos invitados de lujo, vamos a presentarlos primero, miss universo 2013, gabrie gabriela, que bella. que bueno tenerte aquÍ. >>> gracias por la invitaciÓn, contenta de estar disfrutando esta maÑana tan movida. >>> te acostumbraste ya a la vida neuyorquina? >>> pensÉ que iba a venir solamente de visita, pero un aÑo vivire. >>> cÓmo asimilaste esto? >>> creo que este fin de semana que estuve sola fue que lo asimile, y estoy contenta, feliz, una latina representando miss universo. >>> y nosotros estamos sumamente orgullosos, pero tenemos a alguien que se siente no solamente orgulloso como latino sino como venezolano, raÚl gonzÁlez, se que le quieres hablar. >>> raÚl, cÓmo estÁs? >>> gabriela, un beso y abrazo de mi parte, en nombre de todos los compatriotas que vivimos aqu
CBS
Nov 18, 2013 4:30am PST
pitching in to help. one of the biggest volunteer events was yesterday in san jose. don knapp was at the north side community center where people donated all kinds of items for typhoon haiyan survivors. >>> reporter: this may be one of the more high-powered events to generate aid for the philippines. mike honda came with shirts and others came to donate and volunteer. >> we had a lot of drives this week and last week but that needs to keep going. this one more drop-off donation for those looking to help. >> our efforts are trying to help organize the community. for this big tragic event that happened to our community's home country. >> reporter: most of the first shipments of food and medical supplies arriving in the philippines have been stuck in airports. getting it to where it needs to be is a challenge. the typhoon left debris everywhere and roads in bad shape. that's the first problem these medical volunteers will face. they left sfo saturday night. >> step one is finding a way to get into the areas of where we're delivering the care. >> reporter: for emergency room doctor vivia
NBC
Nov 18, 2013 2:00am PST
that iwas a murder. >> who wld want to hurt him? >> i don know. i don't know anybody who had that much hate inheir heart to commit a crime like that. >> so this was just, what, bad luck being in the parki lot at the wrong me? >> yeah >> tryin to help the wrong person? >> yeah. evil exists. evil dwells in people. it comes out and things like this happen >> what evil had killed joel veling? r grand forks poli, the answer lay somewhere on a long list of potential spects. and may one o themad left callg card, something found at the scene, a bloody piece of a halloween costume. poce thought it might be the key to unmasking a killer. >> a killer in a costume? investigators had never seen anything lik this. a case playing out like deadly real life game ofclue. and whene come back, t round-upf those possie spects begins. e penguin. >> it could be the penguin. >> yep, that was the thinking. >> the cowboy. >> the cowboy i very difcult to dl with. >> the clown. >> the clown was pre. made us wonder why. ♪ [ male announcer ] new vicks dayquil sere. helps relieve your ugliest, nastiest, roughest,
NBC
Nov 18, 2013 3:00am PST
ha a terrible risk pool. i don't think is automatic what they do, we just don' know yet. >> dan, y and i had an xchange this week a you mde the point that this president has gone way too far in his quest to use government to good, th it's bome cocive, e idea ofhe mandate is the center piece of obama care. is that t big test of this? >> i think . the theory of liberal politics going back to fdrs they could co up with ids to do good like social secuty and mecare and medicaid, and althought might be inefficient, they could just make it work. the administrati ste, the reaucracies could ke it rk. that has been thetheory. we are seeing a test case right nowith obama care whether this grand entitlement can be made to work by the administrative bureaucracies. if it continues to have the sorts of problems it is, i think a lot of voters for whom government is on the bubble right now, make no mistake aout it, are going to srt pulling back their supportor this basic idea that liberals and progressives ha pushed for the last 80 years. >> i think theris a lot of trh to that. i think sometimes w
CBS
Nov 18, 2013 7:00am PST
tornados or high winds. several were injured. kokomo, indiana is under a state of emergency. don is on the scene. good morning. >> reporter: good morning charlie, norah, viewers in the west. this is a town with about 60,000 an hour north. what was believed to be a tornado that cut through the community like a lawn mower sledding homesled sled -- mower shredding homes and businesses. no one was killed. the local police chief contributes that to advanced warning and people were able to take shelter. we're beginning to hear survivor stories. people gathered in the starbucks in lebanon, indiana. that was hit by a tornado. they were trapped inside a while. no one was searsly injured. two hunkered down in a car in their garage. the whole building collapsed on them but they emerged uninjured from the battered vehicle. people are starting to wake up you and assess what it's going to take to rebuild. tens of thousands will be without power erpower. the governor is expected to tour the state later today to see the damage. >> don thank you. the storms caused more damage as they moved to north wes
CBS
Nov 17, 2013 5:30pm PST
joining us from san jose where volunteers are collecting much needed food, water and clothing. don? >> communities all around the bay are continuing extraordinary efforts to raise aid, money, medical supplies, food for the philippines. in san jose in the north side, even at this hour on a sunday night, effort continues with cars coming up and dropping off goods. >> this may be one of the high powered generated events. he comes with a box of old but clean shirts. chavez and david petricci is on happened. >> i know we've had a lot of drive this week and last week. that needs to keep going on. this is our small part of adding one more donation for folks ready, willing and ready to look for ways to help. >> trying to help organize the community, for the big tragic event to happen, to our communities home country. >> most of the first shipment of food and medical supplies arriving have been stuck at airports, getting to where it needs to be has been a challenge. >> wait. >> the first problem the medical volunteers will face. they left san francisco international airport saturday night.
SFGTV
Nov 18, 2013 10:00am PST
and thank you. i'm don fishing and my son is a sect grader. the rule of the parented advisory committee is to have discussions. this report provides an update on key initiates. last month pack - sorry last month we highlighted the project and we've been meeting in teams for community conversations and determine concrete ways to engage parents. we've been exploring where the efforts can have the most meaningful feedback. in areas high interest is looking at the relationship between school discipline and achievement and disproperly numbers of latino and african-americans ask the being obey suspended. we have a timeline that will allow he parents to share their experiments and framed by a roach. we're designing a survey to bring a diverse spectrum to the board of education and district starch on this matter. we're going to develop a discussion guide and a determine the school sites to host the conversation where we've had them in the past and convene parents outside of the area to talk about those areas. pack met to talk about the english electrons and their i families experience
SFGTV
Nov 18, 2013 12:30am PST
>> (clapping) good morning. >> good morning. thank you, don for that introduction i'm glad to be here at the tonight center again. it's also great to be here. i was telling me our deputy secretary marie this this was one of the first when we went through the translation of that to use the arresting are a fund it was such an enlightening positive effort in the tenderloin to use the federal program that president obama gave us. i'm here to welcome you to san francisco and thank you for being here for the home matters for health symposium. it is the right place to be because t n d c has been a powerful change and i'm glad their championinging the center between health. no one else can do that because you've got it it right here in the community. today's symposium is part of a commitment that our city is making. i wanted to let you know all the things we're going to continue the housing for everybody. last week, we you wanted up the helen rogers and my good friend reverend hall was under its a public-private partnership that's now to just conclusions in the wonderful home for more than one h
Al Jazeera America
Nov 18, 2013 5:00pm EST
talking about why don donors heart strings are pulled by disaster but not necessarily development issues. i don't know going problem probn the philippines don't always get this type of media coverage. >> would that change the behavior of people who want to help, alex? >> i think so. i think a lot of people who are giving in response to disasters are motivated on by the fact that it's on the news every day for the week. not only are the images bad but it's news worthy. this matters right now. when you hear about ongoing development issues they don't have the same salience because they're not reported in the same way. >> so if you find out after the fact that the money you sent to help people who were made homeless by katrina, to help people who need immediate assistance after the haitian earthquake, that it's still stuck in the pipeline, is that make you likely to give more or less the next time something terrible happens in the world. >> the real question is if that's the right decision. in haiti the money needed to go to the rebuilding effort instead of classical natural relief on the f
CBS
Nov 17, 2013 11:00pm PST
, people in the bay area have been pitching in to help. kpix5 don kn abb reports they are not done yet. >> reporter: this gathering of volunteers may be one of the higher powered to generate aid for the fill means. mike honda came with a box of clean shirts. chavez came and with the deputy comes the tpw-pbl, the philippines. >> we had a lot a lot of drives this week and last week. it this is the small part. add one more donation drop off for folks who are ready, will, and looking for ways to help. >> our effort, trying to organize the community for this tragic event that happened to our community. >> most of the shipments of food and medical supplies arriving in the philippines have been stuck in airports. getting it to where it needs to be is a challenge. leaving debris everywhere. roads in bad shape. that is the first problem these volunteers will face. leaving san francisco international airport on saturday night. >> finding a way to get into the area of where we are going to deliver about. >> for emergency room doctor this mission is personal. >> i did a medical mission there 20 ye
CBS
Nov 17, 2013 7:00pm PST
trash worker and carpenter don colÁ gomez. three days a week, he goes to the dump to find the raw materials. then, in his tiny workshop at the edge of the dump, he goes to work. favio first asked him to make a violin. but this stradivarius of south america had never seen one or heard one. but do you realize how unusual it is? >> don colá gomez( translated ): yes, that's the way it is. when you need something, you need to do whatever it takes to survive. >> simon: he was soon making three violins a week. then cellos, and finally guitars, drums, and double basses, all out of trash. ♪ ♪ take a look and listen to what colÁ has created. ♪ ♪ 15-year-old ada rios has been playing for three years now. today, she is the orchestra's first violinist. the first time you went and saw the orchestra, you saw all these instruments with all these different colors. were you surprised when you learned that they were made from trash? >> ada rios ( translated ): yes. i was very surprised because i had thought that trash was useless. but thanks to the orchestra, i now realize that there are s
PBS
Nov 18, 2013 10:30am PST
than hrc it signed by russia's anti don gaspar on and then the team of activists at a time to see that the whole themselves onto the platform but they were ever acids by russia skate guards. we know now that's an ongoing fees international has already said that they warned appealed extension. around the world now for some more international headlines pretty soon and some conception of such for suspected hostage taking and i'm here for today open final with a hunting rifle at the offices of the interesting and nice paper whimsy a photographer in the chest and on before fleeing to was late and then final results ahead and the western business district they said there were reports of a hostage situation on the companies say that a sleepy head of the same passage was involved in all three incidents. the key to our homeland as well as a government building northwest of damascus kidding actually stick to one traits. an opposition group which is part of the western conference the ring on these as a carrot out that time and posted this biggio on the way had penciled comes this link at the
FOX Business
Nov 17, 2013 10:00pm EST
fly on the wall today with the president but did you have a sense what when don? lahood. >> it is a lack of time insurance companies are preparing for a couple of years for january 1st, 2014 with the new mandated coverage is and obamacare provisions to be included and has bn preparing to get out of the individual market with lower-cost and the more bare bones policies so now as they have their rates approved and then for the president to come i yesterday to say by the way now you can sell the policies from a regulatory and business perspective it will be nearly impossible if not impossible for some insurance companies to turn around on a dime. it has taken them three years to build a web site that doesn't work now the one to the companies to come back in a matter of weeks? >> they can ensure plans that would be canceled americans to cancel plans they must inform consumers about loss protection andt othee marketplace. what they did was to class is of consumers what is the impact with insurers? they understand risk controls those are changing with the assumption are put back into ques
CSPAN
Nov 17, 2013 9:00pm EST
mccarthy was running against him and don well in new hampshire. hadn't won but got a high percentage of the votes. more than anyone expected. it was after that when bobby kennedy thought there was an opportunity to come into the race. i think the president dropped out of the race for a couple of reasons. i think most importantly he felt and he talked to me a day or two before and harry mcphearson and the rose garden at the white house that he become a divisive force in the united states. that on two major issues on race and on the vietnam war, he had become a point of division. and that there was no way he could get over that and someone koels do it. i remember he said to me once, what do you think will happen if i don't run? i said i think bobby kennedy will get the nomination. which i thought he would react oh, my god. but instead, he said well, what's wrong with that? he said he cares about our great society programs and he'll have a little bit of a honeymoon. i won't have any honeymoon if i run again. >> most biographers paint a lot of tension. >> there was tremendous tension bet
Al Jazeera America
Nov 18, 2013 4:00pm EST
fraud. steven don donzinger. chevron is accusing him of using bribery to secure the 19 boll 19 billion-dollar judgement. what happened in court today, kath? the man in question has been on the stand for an hour and a half. he has been grilled quite carefully by the chevron lawyers their strategy seems to be paint steven donzinger who was motivated by money of and basically what has been said here the 19 billion-dollar fee that was handed down by the judge he has the ability to make $2 million and even from $5 billion he stands to get $600,000 if he is successful. they've gone through line by line through his expenses and his in voices. i imagine he will be on the stand for another day or two as chefon or ron makechefchechevroe who is concerned about money. >> japan's troubled nuclear power plant began to remove fuel rods from fukushima. three decade and $50 billion to be exact. that is what the electric company is saying and the workers don't have any problems during the decommissioning process. >> these fuel rods have 14,000 times the rat radiation of the . >> they are extract
Al Jazeera America
Nov 18, 2013 9:00am EST
don which doesny sign of going away if any time soon. if you luke a look at the numbee are at the same playing we were in the recession in the 90s and the 80s. >> it's considerably worse. when we look at child poverty. the child poverty rates are high. thethe child poverty rate was dn to 16% in 2000. it's a historically high rate. it's the same for people and we are at 15% rate. that was the high rate that got there in the early 90s and 80s too. >> exactly. in the early 90s there was fairly high poverty rates and then in the late 90s poverty rates fell. dean it's a growing suburban issue. you think of poverty you think of inner city poverty. currently there are more people living in the suburbs in poverty than in the inner cities. >> this is it a flip-side of gender i genterfication. you have upper middle class moving back to the cities and revitalizing the areas and expensive restaurants and places are becoming up-scale. what they have done is pushed the populations that used to live there. the inner ring suburbs that used to be occupied by middle class families a lot of note tho
NBC
Nov 17, 2013 10:00pm PST
, io not hate my mother. i don' like who she is. i don't like what s's done. she's my mother and i love her. >> bill mumber spends his days simp now wh family. he's taken up fishing with his brother, bob. >> i never thought we were going to do ts again. >> neither did i, robert. >> rons getting to kw his dad all ove again. >> the things you take for granted. all these firsts i've been waiting for. to now have him back iny life, there's no words for it. >> that's all for w. i'm lester holt. thanksor joining us. >>> righ now at 11:00, a deadly weend across the area. we'll havehe lateeps the investigations from theouth bay san francisco. and -- >> oh, my god, this thing is gettinreally wide. with millions hit hard. dead >>lus, hea from flyers stuck because those severe storms >> good evening. of. >> it has been a viont weekend in the south bay. ere were two suicidend a fatal officer-involved shooting th weekend.
NBC
Nov 18, 2013 6:00am PST
muchs left this morning. dons of homes and diss completely wipedou this video shot by a local man hiding in his sement. you see the tornado in the distance. as you'r about to hea he is praying for h life. >> give us thisay or daily ead and forgive uur trespasses as we forgive those o trespass against us. >> he went to his basement a mite before the tornado struck his home. >> our two vehicles sitting ross in the field there, one of which was inside our garage at the me. >> in your garage now it's -- >> the gray one. yes. >> azing. thiss your house behind us. >> not much is left. right now fema cws are o the ground surveyinghe damage today. the governo of illinois pat quinn s decred seven counties state dister areas which wi help relief and aid get tohe areas. press briefing and then survey the damage in washington a 11:00his morning. >> thank you very much. diffult to see that. clos to home san jose police searching fo suspects in the city's 43rd homicide of the year. this follows a very violent weekend across the city deadly shooting involving a in the recent soting a man was kil
FOX News
Nov 17, 2013 10:00pm PST
and damn you're free you'll find that the sky'snd yours ♪ so please don't, please don't, please don t there's no need to complicate ♪ cause our time is short ♪ this oh, this oh, this is our fate ♪ i'm yours john: are you a republican? democrat? [cheers] [cheers] john: your proponents of? to liberty. [cheers] [cheers] >> students for liberty are very clear about not calling themselves democrats or republicans. and that the group did not exist a few years ago. it was started by alexander mccobin. >> i realized that i was libertarian since a very young age. >> so you were reared in high school? >> yes, when i got to college, i realized that i was aware that i didn't need another person about the same way as me the first two years. >> within a year we had over 200 members on our roster. students, professors came out of the woodwork, and i realized that there had always been libertarians on my campus and we had no way of identifying one another until there was a student group that could bring us together. the. john: you held your first conference at columbia. 300, 500, more than
PBS
Nov 17, 2013 7:00pm PST
capital and barely a month off to the country's prime into sally's eight don was sees the need to respond the mission and today the country's deputy intelligence chief mustafa noah has a peanut kidnapped mccall pocket replace national apple does give the latest now from our correspondents in checking email you the saudis. in the end of the spy chief as being a kid not to dip the spy chief and it is in this meeting saying the first time that a senior officials being kidnapped by these militia men on the sign perhaps of the government is reading control are you gonna get a maniac and adapted from a survey of what i feel it coming but which is outside the country the whole article can say that it enabled to contend that no group had claimed to be behind the connecting at the kitchen kicking off the shore before to get political leverage. at that in the grind them in the king of the giving spirit what a complete trying to tell you the bench that had been paid or table. i can manage and that it will be visiting an aunt and that many of them huddle book and the new thing a week now and
CNBC
Nov 18, 2013 4:00pm EST
don from gfi, kevin landis. thank you for joining us. john, let me kick this off with you. technology certainly helping fuel this market rally this year but we saw microsoft get downgraded today. cisco had a big upset last week. and downgrade as well. what's going on with tech? >> i think one thing that you don't hear is that the nasdaq was up 32% year to date. so i think that's one thing that's going on. you know the nasdaq really led us higher. we had some good names, good cash flow good free cash flow as well as good dividend yield. a lot of the big cap nasdaq stocks like cisco intel, microsoft, the yields have been going higher, so we see those stocks you could actually buy with yield around the ten-year treasury. ncaa nasdaq is up 32%. once we get around 4,000, those big numbers usually lead to a little resistance. obviously, carl's statement -- tweet later in the day took us off the highs. i think if we look ahead, there's a lot to be positive about both in terms of the tech cycle. i think that -- agree with tom at jpmorgan we haven't seen an upgrade psych until a lo
NBC
Nov 18, 2013 7:00am PST
a monster tornado passes by and dons of twisters traveled across the heartland. a tornado killed two people there but it cou have been worse. it ripped the steeple off this church. at t height of the storm anchors at a peoria ws station had sign off and seek shelter. >> we need to go up. we'll be back when we n. >> reporter: achicago's soldier eld, >> the game will be temporarily suspended. >> reporter: a retreat was dered for fans and players alike as the brs and ravens waited out a tordo warning. "today" show viewers using twitteto send us stunning pictures. a twister churning across a field. a home and c destroyed and several imagines of the splintered landscape left by the tornadoes. one twister re up a coffee shop in lenon, indiana. >> the debris started to kick up and that's wn i said, mom, i've got to go. >> reporr: some sections of washington, illino were leveled whilothers were left relatively uouched. >> those are our two vehicle sitting across in the field. one of which was inside of our garage. >> reporter: cars gone. homedestroyed. this survivor istill counting his bless
PBS
Nov 18, 2013 2:00am PST
you in exchange prram inut i don think that's enough and i think it would be great to encourage kids for the more and i was the same for it wouldn't have experiences and a lot of people in gemini you take it back here until late to do something. and um but they'd never come to taiwan the whole country in the nl lot about it and it'll be great if they could come come to taiwan and afterwards said experiences and jamie dvds and oatmeal. you know what key in the business world and the woman saying that maybe in terms of fuel economy on both sides that the eye areas that we can be no further cooperate together. no not just importing all the cds fences. i guess good idea to use it to someone. but they are of the area's maybe he'll post some suggest why i strongly oppose to focus on the hr of the human resources and focus strongly on the second generation because of that. i myself was the second generation else award for taiwanese company who established the european office in gemini and seven. i could say that i had to really promote the idea of a company that with the toys off the jump.
CNBC
Nov 18, 2013 6:00am EST
1999, made him person of the year. and all of a sudden the bubble starts to deflate. i asked don logan, the ceo of time inc., are we making a mistake? he says, no, that's a customer service company. they'll be around in 10, 20, 40 years. don't worry about it. plus, he is now with amazon web services done -- and i think ibm is actually a cool company. they're taking watson and putting him online, that super computer. so that we can all share -- i was listening to your kickout music last time was, you know, hey, get off of my cloud. >> right. >> the people getting on the cloud thing, that's where i worried because it's a buzz word. when you look at ibm saying we're going to have shared web services, we're going to allow you to timeshare. go back to the history i'm writing about in the book. it all begins with timesharing. we got away from that. once we can have shared web services, shared super computers, that brings things to the next level. jeff besos is the smartest ceo. >> when you said that, that the market can't be that wrong and then i think about aol, remember that? >> no, i've f
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Nov 18, 2013 3:00am PST
brought in people like admiral allen and general honoree and don paul to help make things better in louisiana and worked with a lot of democrats from louisiana and new orleans in particular. and president obama should learn from that. >> you would think. andy card, thank you very much. >> thank you, steve. >> e-mail us right now. do you think it's time for fresh blood in the obama white house? e-mail us or facebook us or twitter us. meanwhile, girl power, new numbers about how many women are in the work force. we're going back stage with the hottest act in country music right now, florida georgia line. good morning, guys. ♪ ♪ i'm overhe hill. my body doesn't work the way it used . past my prime? i'm a victim of a slowin? i don't think so. great grains protein blend. protein from natural ingredients like seeds and nuts. it helps support a healthy metabolism. great grains protein blend. hey, i notice your car yeah. it's in the shop. it's going to cost me an arm and a leg. you shoulda taken it to midas. they tell you what stuff needs fixing, and what stuff can wait. high-five! arg!
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